9 Nov 2005
Kevin Hewick live in London tonight at the 12 Bar Club 
Kevin Hewick will be onstage tonight at the 12 Bar Denmark Street at 9.15pm as part of the Blang! club night. Much, much better than FACT 24, FAC 48, and FAC5whateveritwas making a quiet return to the London live scene after nearly 6 years away, bigger, balder and better than ever.

12 Bar Club
Denmark Street
London WC2H 8NL (UK)

Doors: 7.30pm
Admission: 5.00 GBP

Kevin follows that date with a support slot for folk legend Martin Carthy, MBE at St. Andrews Church, Aylestone, Leicester on Saturday 19 November 9th. The beautiful setting is one of Leicester's oldest parish churches. The line-up also includes Nick Race on piano.

Doors at 7.30pm. The evening includes Nick Race and Kevin Hewick for the first half then an interval and Martin Carthy in the second half. Tickets 9.00 GBP including wine.

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